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Counsellor working with adolescents and adults. Masters in Counselling at Monash University and is registered with Association of Psychotherapists and Counsellors Singapore. Bjørg (pronounced Biork) works with adolescents and adults for a variety of issues. The therapy sessions will function as a collaboration, where Bjørg will help the client find, nurture and strengthen individual resources and develop tools that can help empower the client and build stronger resilience for the future. Bjørg prioritises a safe and non-judgmental environment in sessions, and welcomes clients of all cultures, values, beliefs and sexual orientations.
10 Winstedt Road #02-10 Singapore 227977
Integrity – We conduct ourselves in an open, honest and ethical manner. Respect – We value people’s individual differences and right to dignity. Kindness – We care deeply about people’s well-being and seek ways to add happiness to their lives. Compassion – We serve with empathy and empower people with the tools they need to enjoy healthier lives. Happiness – We promote happier living through the embodiment of happiness. Launched in 2012, Brahm Centre is a registered charity that aims to promote happier and healthier living – focusing on proactive actions to empower individuals to help themselves in staying physically and mentally well. We are a full member of the National Council of Social Services and an Institution of Public Character (UEN 200200167M). All donations are 250% tax deductible. We offer many science-based mindfulness programs to reduce stress and enhance well-being. Our clients include healthcare agencies, schools and corporations. Weekly health talks conducted by healthcare professionals and qualified speakers are offered for free to the public. We have a care management team that is supported by a group of trained volunteers. Working closely with the Agency for Integrated Care and the Ministry of Health, we provide support to vulnerable elderly […]
71 Irrawaddy Road, Ren Ci Hospital#03-09 S329562
At Calvary Community Care (C3), we believe in empowering those they serve, from the smallest children and youths to the pioneer generation. Our logo with a stylized C and 3 depicts a person with outstretched arms helping a bird to take flight. C3 was founded by Calvary Baptist Church in 2010. We have been on a mission to meet the “invisible” needs of others since then. Whatever your background or situation, we welcome you to the C3 family. C3 is a Social Service Agency of Institution of a Public Character (IPC) Status, IPC000757 C3 is a member of National Council of Social Service C3’s UEN number is T10SS0047C
147 Potong Pasir Ave 1 #02-83 Singapore 350147
Care Corner Singapore Ltd was founded in 1981, in a climate of changes in the early 1980s, as economic competition in the region intensified and the rift between the wealthy and the lower-income in particular the Chinese blue-collar workers, widened. Rev Tan Tien Ser and a group of passionate individuals believed that these marginalised people with lower income and little opportunities for a formal education could be helped to realise their potential and become more competent and fulfilled persons. Through a series of early outreach initiatives, Care Corner has evolved into an organisation offering a wide range of programmes and services delivered through various social service centres located island-wide. In a bid to stay relevant to the needs of the community, Care Corner has continuously strived to offer new and innovative programmes to support those in need and the less privileged.
Blk 62B Lorong 4 Toa Payoh #02-121 S312062
Our centre achieves its mission of instilling hope and building resilience in individuals, couples and families through the provision of highly subsidised counselling services and groupwork to those affected by intra and interpersonal challenges and functioning. We are committed to a high quality of care and professional service as we seek to promote the well-being of individuals and families.
62B Lor 4 Toa Payoh, #02-143, Singapore 312062
Caregivers Alliance Limited (CAL) is a professional non-profit organisation in Singapore dedicated to meeting the needs of caregivers of persons with mental health issues through education, support networks, crisis support, tailored services and self-care enablement. While there are other organisations providing support to the community affected by mental health issues, only CAL focuses exclusively on supporting caregivers with professional services.
491-B River Valley Rd #04-04 Valley Point Office Tower Singapore 248373
Our full name is “Community Health Assessment Team”, and we’ve been helping and supporting young people with mental health concerns since 2009. CHAT is a national outreach and mental health check programme under the Institute of Mental Health (IMH). You can think of us as Singapore’s “AAA” battery for youth mental health. Essentially, we are a group of healthcare professionals dedicated to promote: Awareness of mental health; Access to mental health resources; and to Assess, by providing a confidential and personalised mental health check for young persons between 16 and 30 years old.
*Scape, 2 Orchard Link #05-05 Singapore 237978
Profile Kaiwei is a Senior Psychotherapist trained with a Masters of Social Science in Professional Counselling, and a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours) degree in Psychology. Kaiwei’s clinical experience includes working with children, adolescents and young adults across a range of emotional, behavioural and mental health-related issues, e.g., depression, anxiety, complex trauma, PTSD, school or family-related difficulties, attachment issues, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She enjoys working with clients across both private and public sectors, and her previous work included being in various primary and secondary schools across Singapore providing counselling/psychotherapy, social skills and art therapy programs. In her thirteen years of therapy work, Kaiwei holds a special interest and focus in trauma, mood disorders, and attachment work. She is an eclectic practitioner and integrates various modalities in adapting to the needs of each client. She commonly utilizes person-centred, psychodynamic, EMDR, cognitive-behavioural, schema therapy, or solution-focused approaches, and weaves in play therapy or art therapy elements in sessions when appropriate. Kaiwei also believes in the value of working systemically. A therapy journey can be deeply personal, vulnerable, and also growing. In her work, Kaiwei values warmth and empathy, connecting with one’s unique strengths and potentials, and the importance of creating […]
#09-17/18, Novena Medical Center, 10 Sinaran Drive, Singapore 307506